Our amplifier department wants you to spice up your summer with some color! Three of our amp models are getting aesthetically overhauled in a limited edition plum tolex. The 2 Channel Custom, Archon, and HXDA amplifiers will be offered in this unique color and you’ll be sure to catch some attention at your gig. Check out this blog to learn more about them!
New product releases are always fun, especially when they sound and look as good as these two limited releases from our amp department! We are proud to announce the 20-piece Limited Run Archon in Digital Camo and the 20-piece Limited Run 2-Channel Custom 20. In this blog post you can find the specs for each amp and learn a bit more about the great features these amps offer.
A lot of hard work and quality control testing goes into our amps here at PRS. Hand wiring each component is a big part of what we do.
After each amp is wired and assembled we put signal through the amp for hours to make sure it holds up. We don’t want our amps to ever fail you on stage, we want them to bring your tone to an all new level.
Pictured above is the inside of our all-tube PRS Sweet 16 Amp, you can learn more about this amp, HERE.
The PRS 2 Channel “H” has received an Editor’s Pick from Guitar Player in their November 2012 issue.
“The PRS Anniversary amplifier fills the “35 watt plexi” slot in my amp setup. It has the punch and midrange of a great older Marshall at a slightly lower and more practical volume than a plexi 50. I love that the 2 channels are bridged internally so I don’t have to jump them with a cable. Blending the 2 channels gives me a wide array of vintage British tone with lots of low end punch. Additionally, it is a new hand built amp, so I don’t have to worry about a 40 year old transformer or filter cap failing at a gig or session. Wonderful, pure, vintage inspired tones…....I love this amp!”
- David Grissom
Friend of PRS, Bryan Ewald, demonstrates a Sweet 16 Combo with a PRS SC 58 and a PRS Starla.
For more on the Sweet 16, visit: http://www.prsguitars.com/sweet16/
Paul opens up a PRS Amp and tests it in the amp department. Your PRS Amplifier should arrive ready to play and sound musical out of the box.